Henrietta Knight saddled her first winner since making a low-key return to racing this year when Calgary Bay scored at Ascot yesterday.

Knight, who trained Best Mate at her West Lockinge stables, near Wantage, to win three Cheltenham Gold Cups from 2002-4, retired three years ago.

However, she returned to the training ranks last month to run Calgary Bay in hunter chases.

And the 12-year-old veteran made virtually all the running under Harry Bannister in an extended two miles and five-furlong contest to beat Foundry Square by six lengths at 8-1.

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